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Vampires are a REAL thing, and they are a pain in the neck! Tonight on Open Eyes, we’ll cover the reality of energy vampires and what I call “Little Friends”, which are almost as annoying as the bloodsuckers. We also talk about alternate dimensions and the beings that may be associated with them.
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The problem with this guys argument is that, first of all, there IS still slavery in the world.
an estimated 35.5 MILLION people are, right now, in a state of slavery.
Just because you ignore something does not make it false.
1.2 MILLION people are trafficked every year world wide, 300,000 of them being children.
That’s a sick statistic, and for a major news organization to claim that there “is no slavery” and that Christians eliminated it is ridiculous and dangerous.
Next, the Fox actors tried to claim that Christians should not be held responsible for the things that happened 1000, 800 years ago, since no one alive was around and participating in the things that happened.
I don’t disagree with that portion of things, but to then go on and ignore the fact that there ARE still extremists in the Christian religion here and now again sends a dangerous message.
It’s propaganda, all of it, designed to make people feel good about themselves and their religion.
In the spring of 2013, Middle East historian Juan Cole decided to compare the body counts between violence committed by Christians and that committed by Muslims in the 20th century. He found that Muslim violence has claimed the lives of around 2 million people, mostly during the Iran-Iraq war and the war in Afghanistan, while violence by Christians claimed the lives of close to 100 million people.
Some of this Christian-led violence is well-known: the World Wars, the Holocaust, the colonial wars in Southeast Asia and Africa. Critics of this analysis would be quick to say that this violence may have been by Christians, but it wasn’t in the name of Christianity. But in virtually every conflict Cole ticks off, the combatants were overtly religious, and often invoked their religion as part of their military campaigns, just as many of the Islamist militants today are not fighting solely due to a religious grievance, but are organized around groups that share a common religious and cultural background.
the 1990 sectarian warfare in the Balkans culminated in an explicit genocide against Muslim Bosnians by Serbian Orthodox Christians. As Balkans researcher Keith Doubt explained in a 2007 paper, the Serbian Orthodox Church was one of the prime movers in the campaign to scapegoat Bosnian Muslims and justify the eventual ethnic cleansing and genocide that took place. He notes that the “role of the Church as protector of the Serbian nation gave the Church increasing social control, and with this power clergy fermented a xenophobic and bigoted attitude towards Muslims in former-Yugoslavia.”
the role of Catholic churches in Rwanda’s genocide is likely even less known. During that mass slaughter, “Churches became sites of slaughter, carried out even at the altar.”
How many gays have faced vehement violence against them based on the Christian thought that it is wrong?
How many native Americans were genocided because of the idea of manifest destiny? How many were killed, sterilized and made incapable of having children, removed from their families, given over to “christian facilities” and BEATEN if they did anything reminiscent of their Indian heritage, or spoke a single syllable of their language?
And all of these things done because they were “savages, unChristian beings that needed to have the uncivilized nature removed, by force if necessary.”
ALL groups of people, no matter who or what they are and what they say they follow, no matter what it is, all groups of people are subject to the extremes within them.
the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that police don’t need a warrant to search your property. As long as two occupants disagree about allowing officers to enter, and the resident who refuses access is then arrested, police may enter the residence.
“Instead of adhering to the warrant requirement,” Ginsburg wrote, “today’s decision tells the police they may dodge it, nevermind ample time to secure the approval of a neutral magistrate.” Tuesday’s ruling, she added, “shrinks to petite size our holding in Georgia v. Randolph.”
Georgia v. Randolph was a similar case the Supreme Court addressed in 2006, in which a domestic violence suspect would not allow police to enter his home, though his wife did offer police consent. The police ultimately entered the home. The Court ruled in the case that the man’s refusal while being present in the home should have kept authorities from entering.
“A physically present inhabitant’s express refusal of consent to a police search [of his home] is dispositive as to him, regardless of the consent of a fellow occupant,” the majority ruled in that case.
The majority, led by Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr., said police need not take the time to get a magistrate’s approval before entering a home in such cases. But dissenters, led by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, warned that the decision would erode protections against warrantless home searches. The court had previously held that such protections were at the “very core” of the 4th Amendment and its ban on unreasonable searches and seizures, reports the LA Times.
According to the AP, Justice Samuel Alito wrote the court’s 6-3 decision holding that an occupant may not object to a search when he is not at home.
This comes after the Supreme Court decided that police dont even have to know the law that they are enforcing.
U.S. Supreme Court Rules 8-1 that Citizens Have No Protection Against Fourth Amendment Violations by Police Officers Ignorant of the Law
In a blow to the constitutional rights of citizens, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 8-1 in Heien v. State of North Carolina that police officers are permitted to violate American citizens’ Fourth Amendment rights if the violation results from a “reasonable” mistake about the law on the part of police. Acting contrary to the venerable principle that “ignorance of the law is no excuse,” the Court ruled that evidence obtained by police during a traffic stop that was not legally justified can be used to prosecute the person if police were reasonably mistaken that the person had violated the law.
Brian Williams is stepping away from NBC Nightly News for a number of days.
The anchor sent a note to the show’s staff, announcing that Lester Holt is replacing him for an unspecified amount of time. The news comes as Williams is embroiled in a scandal surrounding his story about being a passenger in a helicopter that took fire in Iraq in 2003.
On Jan. 30, an NBC Nightly News clip was posted to Facebook in which Williams repeated a story he had told previously about having been in the helicopter that was hit and went down during the Iraq invasion. After the story was questioned, Williams apologized on Wednesday’s Nightly News, saying that his helicopter was following the one that was hit.
“I feel terrible about making this mistake, especially since I found my OWN WRITING about the incident from back in ’08, and I was indeed on the Chinook behind the bird that took the RPG in the tail housing just above the ramp,” Williams wrote on Facebook.
Taking payoffs, breaking the law and pushing through unconstitutional legislation as special favors to corporate interests has long been par for the course in politics. But now Representative Kevin Calvey (R – Oklahoma City) wants to make it official and make it illegal to arrest any state officials accused of a public offense.
Representative Calvey has introduced House Bill 2206, which would prohibit Oklahoma’s district attorneys from prosecuting state officials, granting that power exclusively to the state’s Attorney General. This would exempt lawmakers from prosecution of nearly any crimes that are normally handled at the local level.
Before getting into the inter dimensional topic, I should explain my viewpoints of the way reality works, at least according to all of my experiences and research…
Here’s how I see things happening…
each time we make a choice, a dimension is created to allow that decision to play itself out. That’s the multiple dimension theory of the universe, yeah? In a nutshell, anyhow.
Well, I think it really does happen. I’ve seen evidence of it for myself.
They are like bubbles in the foam on an ocean beach…
But here’s the thing.. The universe, creation, whatever you want to call it, doesn’t like to waste space and waste the bandwidth on the data that it could conserve.
So, what it does is this…
**laid out in a row, like.
**sometimes you will remember things that happened in your originating universe differently than what is the accepted normal in this one or whatever one you end up in…
I have spoken about this stuff too many times to count. To me, Mandela died in prison, to others, he was released and died recently.
Another example I give is, which side of Australia is new zealand on? It’s different for my brother and I than for other people.
Another one? I remember when Billy Graham died, many years ago. My mother and I watched his state funeral on ABC, with her sitting and crying her eyes out because both she and my father loved the guy.
What we see is the result of consensus reality. If more people believe that event “a” happened than event “b”, event A will be the winner, and all the people will have that data “patched” into their consciousness.
For some reason, though, some people are aware of the changes.
I think, for my wife and I for example, it is because she had a near death experience and I have a very unique extraneous circumstance.
Angels are just aliens from another plane that is slightly shifted off of ours.
They are neither good nor bad. They are just like humans, with both being expressed in individuals.
They are able to interact with OURS because they originated here. But they moved on after they learned the lessons available here and moved on to the next plane of existence.
Just as we will do someday if we choose to do so.
We cant interact directly with theirs because we havened learned how yet. But we will, in time.
Do not pray for people to GET better. Pray that they ARE better.
There is no ASKing for things. You KNOW that they are a reality.
That is taking the step from belief into knowing.
They are “already there”. You need to “access” the reality that they are better in, and make that body they now have recognize that it is THAT instead.
That is how the dark side is being able to do what it is doing. They KNOW that this is how reality works. So they use their ammunition against us. They make us believe that we are in a dark place, that they are in control, that they are winning.
So, therefore, it is that way. Because we have created it. We have put our energy into it.
prayer = meditation = intentions = thoughts. They are all one and the same.
If you believe things are crap, they are crap.
If you think that things are going to hell in a hand basket, then that is what will happen, because we are putting it out there. It is created.
If you think you are not healthy, you are not healthy.
There are dark forces that know how things work, and they USE it against us.
The creator, for those of you with a belief system, is on everyone’s side. It’s all experience, and that is what the creator has done. Created an experience.
It is not about the future. It is about now.
Things are not BECOMING important. They ARE important. They always have been. That is why we are all so screwed right now.
We live in a reality that contains multiple realities. We can “flip through” the book of any other reality we so choose, and we can rip out a page from that book and place it in ours. ALL possibilities exist AT ALL TIMES, because, according to the quantum level, nothing exists UNTIL IT DOES. But all POTENTIALS are there.